All Hail Breaks Loose: Can Shock Waves Stop Hail Season?

Hail season: there’s no stopping it, though many have tried. In 14th century Europe, people thought they could prevent a hailstorm from occurring by ringing church bells or firing cannons. This belief lasted into the 19th and 20th centuries with the use of hail cannons, which create shock waves thatRead More

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EagleView® Welcomes OmniEarth Through Acquisition

EagleView® has acquired OmniEarth, a developer of machine learning technologies and decision-making tools for the water resource management, energy, and insurance markets. Founded in May 2014, OmniEarth helps solve problems through image processing and predictive property data analytics. Much of the work that OmniEarth does aligns with EagleView’s mission: toRead More

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EagleView® Accelerates Machine Learning Development with Acquisition of OmniEarth

Leading provider of aerial imagery and data analytics expands data extraction capabilities for local government, insurance and infrastructure sectors.  Bothell, WA (April 26, 2017) – EagleView®, the leading provider of aerial imagery and data analytics for government and commercial industries, is proud to announce the acquisition of OmniEarth, developer ofRead More

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8 Crucial Tasks Property Insurance Professionals Can Complete Without Leaving the Office

Some say a picture is worth a thousand words, but with Pictometry® imagery from EagleView®, images have even more value for property insurance professionals. That’s especially true for insurance claim adjusters, who need to evaluate a property after the owners file a claim, and underwriters, who need to see allRead More

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Announcing EagleView® OnSite™ – Bringing the Property to the Adjuster

EagleView OnSite™ is a fully integrated and comprehensive solution including imagery, data, analytics and software components that may be mixed and matched by insurance carriers to fit their desired workflow. This new solution delivers high-resolution imagery, from multiple camera sources, directly to the adjuster’s desk following a weather event anywhereRead More

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3 Valuable Insights Insurance Underwriters Gain from Aerial Imagery

Wind, hail, hurricanes, and other natural disasters can devastate homes and cause billions of dollars in damage. But long before a storm or other catastrophic event can take place, insurance underwriters need to identify the risks that could affect the homes they cover. To determine a home’s eligibility for coverage,Read More

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From Falling Trees to Frozen Pipes: 4 Big Wintertime Insurance Claims

While winter weather may not sound like a big deal to some, it can lead to costly – and even deadly – hazards around the house. In fact, winter weather is the third biggest reason for all property insurance claims from catastrophic events, behind events like tornadoes and hurricanes. TheRead More

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The Changing Face of Insurance Claims in the Aftermath of a Hurricane

This autumn, Hurricane Matthew devastated the Southeast United States as well as parts of the Caribbean, South America, and Canada. The tropical cyclone caused an untold number of injuries and deaths and resulted in billions of dollars in damage. The aftermath of any disaster can be difficult, including for homeownersRead More

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5 Common Flood Insurance Myths Mistaken for Fact

Most homeowners don’t think that flooding can affect their property – until it’s too late. In the past five years alone, all 50 states have experienced floods or flash floods. Some of those events have led to billions of dollars in damage. What’s worse: many of those who saw theRead More

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What’s Next for Baton Rouge After the 2016 Flood?

For some residents of Louisiana, the flooding in Baton Rouge must feel like déjà vu. In 2005, after Hurricane Katrina ripped through New Orleans and other parts of the South, many displaced residents flocked to Baton Rouge, a city that historically has had little, if any, flood damage. But theRead More

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